Retrieves statistics that are logically grouped and aggregated together by prefixes.
cbstats HOST:11210 dcpagg
This command retrieves statistics that are logically grouped and aggregated together by prefixes.
For example, if all your DCP connections started with the string xdcr: or replication:, you could use the command cbstats dcpagg to request statistics grouped by everything before the first colon character, giving you a set for xdcr: statistics and a set for replication: statistics.
The following table describes the aggregated DCP statistics.
|[prefix]:count||Number of connections matching this prefix|
|[prefix]:producer_count||Total producer connections with this prefix|
|[prefix]:items_sent||Total items sent with this prefix|
|[prefix]:items_remaining||Total items remaining to be sent with this prefix|
|[prefix]:total_bytes||Total number of bytes sent with this prefix|
|[prefix]:total_backlog_size||Total backfill items remaining to be sent with this prefix|
The following example shows a request for a set of aggregated DCP statistics:
# ./cbstats 10.5.2.54:11210 dcpagg
Here's the output from the command:
:total:backoff: 0 :total:count: 6 :total:items_remaining: 0 :total:items_sent: 0 :total:producer_count: 3 :total:total_backlog_size: 0 :total:total_bytes: 6630 replication:backoff: 0 replication:count: 6 replication:items_remaining: 0 replication:items_sent: 0 replication:producer_count: 3 replication:total_backlog_size: 0 replication:total_bytes: 6630